The 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival will take place in Yeltsin-Center.
A Tale of Love and Darkness», Natalie Portman’s directorial debut, will become the opening film of the 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival.
The Festival will be closed by a Paweł Pawlikowski’s work that won the 2015 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
Eight shortlisted contenders for “Short films” competition category of the 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival have been revealed.
Monica Haim's documentary that explores connection between Judaism and Rastafari culture comes to Ekaterinburg.
The 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival will be held from November 20 to November 23 in Ekaterinburg, announced the Festival’s Press Department quoting its executive producer Egor Odintsov.
Genesis Philanthropy Group will support the 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival by becoming its general partner.
The 1st Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival is possible due to Best Practices competition that was won by the Festival’s organizers together with Hillel Ekaterinburg, a Jewish campus organization.